Denys opts for IFS Cloud to construct growth


Multidisciplinary construction and engineering group Denys has purchased IFS Cloud to help drive future growth and navigate market disruption.

The IFS solution will enable Denys to eliminate duplication of processes, drive operational efficiencies, and provide knowledge and insights across the organization.

With Denys’ existing IT applications lacking in integrated functionality, the company opted for IFS Cloud to aid in supporting practice processes in bid-to-contact, procurement and material supply, planning and pre-construction, construction and execution and periodic project review.

Denys plans to leverage IFS Cloud to help drive employee engagement. The company aims to achieve this goal by using the IFS solution to support its HR department in the recruitment process, employer branding, and talent development. Through IFS Cloud, Denys will benefit from robust and standard procurement, warehouse and logistic processes. It will also provide them with a finance solution capable of processing and generating financial transactions, reporting, consolidation, and forecasting automatically and seamlessly.

Frank Beerlage, managing director, IFS Benelux, said: “Denys is focused on evolving rapidly across international markets and on building its capability in important functions from logistics to finance in line with that. IFS is ideally placed to deliver the advanced resource planning and management capabilities that Denys needs to address the complex market challenges it is facing today and to optimize its capabilities to meet the fast-emerging demands of the future.”

Bruno Geltmeyer, CEO of Denys, said: “Implementing the IFS solution will allow us to gain a better insight into our operations enterprise-wide and enable us to make faster and more informed decisions to support our plans to grow the business, while continuing to digitalize at the same time. Opting for IFS allows us to do all that without us having to commit to costly development or system integration efforts.”